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This past week.
Kerri was here from Saturday afternoon until Thursday morning. We had a great time.

On Saturday, we went to Seaworld. We saw four shows: BELIEVE, The Dolphin Show, Sea Lions Tonight and Shamu Rocks. We got a lot seen considering that we only arrived at Seaworld around three o'clock in the afternoon. I went to the discovery's gift shop and got the last unicorn from that shop. The only bad thing about the new discovery gift shop is that it has taken the place of my favorite Seaworld store Under the Sun, which was a discount store where they sold all sorts of things for seven dollars and under. We also went to Caribbean Breeze, my second favorite Seaworld store where we got some awesome perfume oil. Man, I love Seaworld.

Sunday, she went to visit her family in Pomona while I went to church. Church was awesome and fun. Kerri had a great time visiting her family.

On Monday, I had to go to a doctor appointment in Corona, but before the doctor appointment we went and saw Blades of Glory. I thought it was okay, but I was expecting it to be funnier than it was. Afterwards, we went to the bagelry which is right by my doctor's office. They have the most awesome sandwiches and a delightful potato salad.

Tuesday, we went to school, which was all right. Afterwards, we went to dinner with our old friend from our Burger King days, Shelba. It was cool to see her, and to see that she was doing so well. Her kids are so grown up now.

Wednesday, we went to Universal Studios. I wish I didn't live so far away from this park, because it really is totally fun. The people who work there are so incredibly nice. We went and saw Shrek 4-D, Waterworld, and the Universal Studios Tour. While we were there, I got a free Universal Studios bag for applying to get a Chase Visa card. I totally did not think I would qualify, but I did. Now I have a credit card with a $500 limit. I'm not planning on using it ever, but it looks really awesome in my wallet. I also got a free poncho, and while we were there, we got stopped by an employee and be qualified to watch a new pilot show that may or may not make it to the air, and we got $15 each to give our opinions. We saw Mayor of New York, which was just okay. I totally slept for like 15-20 minutes of the show, but I did get nice power nap. Afterwards, we went to Malibu to check out that part of town. It was all right. There is not really anything exciting to see there. We saw Pepperdine.

Thursday, Kerri left at about 10 o'clock in the morning. I already miss her! I went to school the second part of the day, which was good because I get participation points for my last class, and there was a quiz in my second to last class.

Yesterday, I had to go to school for a group project, which only lasted an hour. Then, I got to go to the school's dance recital, which I totally and thoroughly enjoyed.

Now, I am updating and getting the rest of my homework done. Hopefully, I can read 300 pages of what I have left of For Whom the Bell Tolls and write a five-page paper about it, and write a 15-20 page memoir, and write a giant essay, and get an article written for the newspaper, and work on my group project today. Just thinking about all this homework makes me so so tired. And we all know how I feel about my arch nemesis sleep.